Skip to comments.Netflix making 'Dreams' a nightmare for Obama
Posted on 10/12/2012 2:31:10 PM PDT by wesagain
"Documentary investigating life story now available to 27 million homes"
Joel Gilbert, director and writer of Dreams from My Real Father, says the documentary now is available on the Netflix streaming service, giving another 27 million households across America access.
Netflix is now Obamas worst nightmare, because millions of Americans will instantly learn about Barack Obamas real family history and his hidden political agenda, said Gilbert.
The film presents evidence Communist Party activist and pornographer Frank Marshall Davis was Obamas biological as well as ideological father.
Gilbert said he gets hundreds of emails per day from viewers who are shocked to learn that so much about the presidents background and political foundation is hidden by establishment media.
Folks are outraged once they see my film. I hear it again and again, Good people dont like it when theyve been lied to, he said.
The more than 27 million households that subscribe to the Netflix streaming service can access the film as part of a monthly subscription.
According to a recent Consumer Reports study cited by ABC News, Netflixs popularity has surpassed all broadcast and cable networks, as households that have Netflix spent more time on that service than any particular network.
Gilbert said Dreams from My Real Father is also a big hit on Amazon Instant video, and the DVD is selling well, being the No. 1 documentary on Amazon for the past two months.
Gilbert said Obama falsely sold himself to America as the multicultural ideal, a man who stood above politics.
As a result, many Americans perceived Obama as a nice man with an inspiring family story, he said. In fact, President Obama intentionally hid a deeply disturbing family background in order to obscure his Marxist political foundation.......
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
Pass it on folks! This gives so many people an easy way to check out this Marxist/Muslim fraud in the White House.
I’ll add it to my queue...
You don't need to do that unless you want it as a reminder. The movie is available for live streaming so you can just look it up and Play.
I know. But I have some stuff I’m of a mind to watch first. It’ll be easy to find when queued.
Watching this weekend, in between some SEC football.
The movie is also available on Amazon Prime.
I watched about 2 minutes of it and couldn’t go on because of how amateurish it looked. But mostly I object to the premise. I might have been able to entertain the possibility that FMD was Obama’s dad—until I saw Dinesh DeSousa’s interview with George Obama, whose resemblance to Barack is breathtaking. There can be no doubt that the two are brothers. The only way Frank Marshall Davis could be Barack Obama’s father is for Ann Dunham to be George Obama’s mother.
Excellent - will watch it tonight, on demand!
Great... And 2016 is now available on demand
Just added it to my instant queue.
Wish they’d have done this a month ago.
Now THAT’s cool!
Thanks! I didn’t know about this. It is going into my queue right now.
Thanks. I watched it last night and it did a very good job of piecing the information together so that even well informed people get a better understanding of 0bama. Every voter in the Country should see this!
I thought the same thing until I streamed the movie. Not so sure now.
I couldn’t disagree more.
Look at BO’s lips, Georges lips, Dunham and FMD’s.
Very large lower lip. Protruding verticle line, upper lip.
Some how Obama 2 inherited these features and George did not. Where did these features come from?
Obama Sr did not have them. Dunham did not have them. FMD did.
So where did Obama get that massive lower lip?
Thanks. I will take a fresh look at pics of the five suspects and compare the characteristics you mentioned.
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